Projects

Research Remix Exhibition

Reception on Tuesday April 5, 5-7pm
@ JHU Gallery Q, MSE Library
The Research Remix Exhibition will display original artwork and research by participating JHU students, faculty, and artists from the Baltimore area. Researchers were invited to share excerpts from their research with participating artists, who then created work inspired by or interpreting their research.

Creating Careers

Saturday, April 9, 2016, 3-4:30pm
@ JHU Mattin / Offit 160
Meet alumni who mastered media communications at the JHU Digital Media Center and are now leveraging these skills for workplace success. The panel discussion will feature Eric Chung (2009), David Golan (2007), Matt Sterling (2007), Ramon Taylor (2010), and Brigitte Warner (2009). The speakers will discuss how their DMC learning experiences have led to exciting careers with notable organizations including Nickelodeon, Voice of America, MakerBot, Muse, and Allovue.

DMC 15th Anniversary Open House

Saturday, April 9, 4-6pm
@ The DMC – JHU Mattin / Offit 226
The Digital Media Center is turning fifteen! Join us for the DMC 15th Anniversary Open House and reception during JHU Alumni Weekend to see what’s new at JHU’s favorite place to make, learn, and play.

Tim Phelps: Nature Mandalas

Saturday February 13, 2016 4-7pm Matin Art Center, Jones 101 West of Charles and 33rd Street Free and open to the public This event served as the official kickoff for Research Remix – an interdisciplinary program organized by the DMC and funded by an Arts Innovation grant from JHU. Student and…
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Intersession BUILDCLASS

Build your own 3D printer from the ground up! Ideal for individuals looking to both acquire a 3D printer and build a high-level skill set in 3D Printing. Participants will build their machine on day one and learn to use it for various applications on the following days. Suitable for…
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RoboJay

Campus tours are one of the most effective ways to showcase JHU to potential students. With assistance from the Office of Admissions, “RoboJay” will guide tour groups, starting from its charging station in Mason Hall, through the beginning portion of the JHU Undergraduate Tour, focusing on the robots that live…
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